Wednesday was a day full of adventure. For lunch, he covered a local hole-in-the-wall (tipped off to him by the cool folks at blogging.la) like spackle, then performed a reconnaissance mission for a certain event in September, rounded up members of his militia as well as several trusted operatives to do battle against certain members of the GHP (and won), witnessed a robbery/assault while biking down the street (the Militant didn't see the robbery part though, but an LAPD squad car just happened to be in the right turn lane across the street, the suspect was arrested and the female victim and her baby were unharmed...but the Militant might be have to be called to court to testify on the witness stand), had dinner at a very hot Thai restaurant (in more than one sense) and cooled off at a nearby bar. Phew. And the Dodgers swept the Nationals.
Today was a good day.
Yes, the Militant could write more about his urban adventure in detail, as he is prone to doing. But some things are better left unwritten. And of course the mention of names and groups might therefore tip off people to the Militant's identity (Do not want!).
Besides, it's hot, it's humid, he's lazy.
But here's something -- the Militant has been flexing his artistic skills lately and played around with the banner up on the top of this here blog. Today he's made a "ransom note" collage made up of bits and pieces of famous Los Angeles signs and logos, from the present and past. Some are plainly obvious, some more obscure.
The letters are M, I, L, IT, A, N, T and A, N, GE, L, E, N and O. Two pairs of letters have been combined, so there are bits of 14 local signs/logos.
The first person to comment and identify the correct sources of all 14 gets to learn the Militant's identity.
No, just kidding. Actually, this is all for fun. Maybe he'll come up with a prize. Who knows?
So c'mon...step up to the challenge. You can't win if you don't play!*
*Please play responsibly.
Congratulations to Will Campbell for winning the first Militant Challenge! He receives an authentic 99 Cents Only Store Beach Ball.
Even though we have a winner, play this challenge for yourself to test your skills. The answers are in the #2 comment.